How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

Atomizing the world...

It is my habit to take complicated things, and split them up into simpler things. This comes from my work in programming, where you describe the world in terms of objects, which are single purpose entities, that have things they can do(methods), things we can know about them (properties), and things that can happen to them (events).

To a large degree, this is accurate. Also, there's the feature of inheritance. We can talk about specific things as if they were more general, this computer has specific features, but it has certain things in common that unify it with the class of all computers.

Things to destroy: Popup ads that are used to advertise popup killing software.

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